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Black Hair Poems

These Black Hair poems are examples of Hair poems about Black. These are the best examples of Hair Black poems written by international poets.

Love Your Hair
Author Dana Redricks
May 9, 2023

Our hair, so beautiful and unique, a treasure to cherish, it's yours to keep.
Black and gray, it shines and glimmers, its...

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Categories: hair, beauty, christian, deep, encouraging,

Premium Member Refurbished Children's Stories: Rapunzel and the Really Bad Hair Day
When fairy tales were in fashion, before true love was rare,
A prince wooed a maid who was flaxen and fair.
He came every day and patiently...

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Categories: hair, humor,

Premium Member Pearly Braid

Melting cloud sprinkles pearls on you,
shines the black braid with heavenly hue.


March 2, 2023
Syllable count : 8/9 (HMS)
Contest : A New Crystalline - Any Theme

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Categories: analogy, beautiful, hair, rain,

Premium Member Sister Black Hair
Russian, Colombian, Chilean, Romanian
Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Moroccan
Black hair, soft hair
Straight hair, silky hair

My eyes captured by crown of glory
Of different girls with a story
Tall or...

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Categories: beauty, color, hair,

My Hair
Take every coil and frizz as they come
Smothered with oil, protected from sun
There’s so much wrong said and felt and done
But our hair is our...

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Categories: hair, beauty, black love,

Premium Member A Witch Story
Green was her face and ebon her hair,
features young, body withered sinew.
Her enormous eyes gave me a scare.
And, from one nostril, a ruby grew.

I stayed...

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© Ann Peck  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hair, 10th grade, body, cat,

In the Land of Oz
Another Friday assigned 
the number thirteen has ended
uneventfully or maybe it just seems 
that way to me whose days from that 
of my birth if...

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Categories: hair, angst, color, fate, film,

Disskon Island Spectical
be lucky enough to find love
with one person
and fortunate enough
to become friends
seems it's not worth the mentioning
when all your relationship
comes to an end
aint worth much...

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Categories: hair, betrayal, culture, film, longing,

Premium Member A Comb-edy of Hair-ers
My dear brother Butch,

Hair are the highlights of my week:
I got a job at the Hairway to Heaven salon!
Our motto: "We color your hair or...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hair, humor,

The Dog And Its Reflection
Still water and a black dog tasting flesh in her mouth 
On a bridge as thin and fragile as a strand of hair 
Passing over...

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Categories: hair, addiction, allegory, analogy, fire,

Your Hair Pin
Your old sleek black hair-pin is still with me, mother,
I've treasured it greater than a yellow sapphire;
It collects in me, memories of plaits and knot,

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Categories: hair, child, love, mother,

Dyeing can be difficult
Submerged in the depths of my despair,
I ponder: What shade to dye my hair?
Red like April? Black like Cher?
Yellow’d; to match my underwear?
No that’s just...

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Categories: hair, angst, fate,

Her lock of hair
 so debonair
 silky and shiny 
curly vividly robust cotton's touch

It's curl flaming red
moisturizer condition sun
bright and fun
Kinky enough but just enough...

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Categories: hair, analogy, beauty, black african

Premium Member nappy-HEAD-
Hair brain glob pores;
Scape congested cog webs spores;
Covered chrome top

Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. ©2021

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Categories: hair, analogy, black african american,

Where is my hair tie
We don’t always agree but we always will be 

When she wears her hair up she wears her confidence all the way down, from head...

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Categories: beautiful, hair, happy, memory,